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Alcohol Behaviors across Perceived Parental Security Profiles in Adolescents
Journal of Child and Adolescent Behaviour
Previous research has suggested a bivariate or correlational relationship between attachment scores and alcohol use behaviors among adolescents. Methods: The present study is a person-oriented analysis of the association between perceived parental security and alcohol behaviors in Northern Irish adolescents (N=1,126, 61% male, school grades 8 to 12; aged 12 to 16 years). Results: Model-based clustering of Inventory of Parent and Peer Attachment-Revised (IPPA-R) scores yielded five profiles: (a)doi:10.4172/2375-4494.1000322 fatcat:rb42wljtpjckdmsueu6jp6woq4